Please split "Sites you save and visit" into two options: "Sites you save" and "Sites you visit". Many of us do not want visited sited to come up in Shortcuts. It will make homepage look clean. This is available in Chrome, Brave, Vivaldi too. I hope you will implement this very soon. I have attached a screenshot.
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I love this idea. This should be implemented in both Firefox Desktop and Firefox Android.
Well I don't understand why Mozilla does not implement this simple feature. It is not hard to implement either. More options will give users more flexibility which is the motto of Firefox. I checked what you said - Opera, Vivaldi, Chrome, Brave all have this feature. Firefox Android also needs this feature. I'm hoping for Firefox to give importance to this matter. Let's hope for the best.
I have been waiting for this for a long time.
Well, It's simple yet great idea, not hard to implement either. I second that. Not only just desktop Firefox but also for Firefox mobile too.
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This needs to happen especially on Mobile, where now there's no way to even disable "Frequently Visited Sites" on the homepage without disabling Shortcuts altogether.
This is not hard to implement. This is not a huge demand either. We are just demanding that option to split into two separate options. This way no one will loose any option. Everyone will get more option to customize their homepage. It's a win-win for everyone.
I hope that Mozilla Connect Community will send this request to Firefox developers so that it can be implemented in future Firefox version.
Firefox developers don't give importance to what user wants (even if it is so easy to implement). This feature exists in all major browsers like Chrome, Brave, Vivaldi, Opera. Then they wonder why are users leaving Firefox! I have been using Firefox for about 11 years. I'm gonna leave Firefox for Brave if they didn't implement this basic feature. This is so frustrating.
I second it, it would be an awesome feature!